Still new to the world of all things Bookishly Indie, I’m quickly becoming aware of the humble Book Blogger.
Book Bloggers are avid readers, often writers and editors, with an extraordinary knack for summing up a story.
They know how much to give without giving too much . . .
". . . The story drags you in almost right away, a world that starts off as being about family, love and a great memories and is replaced by one that is filled with pain and loss . . ."
Quote from Amy about Maggie's Five
Review by Amy, Lost in a Good Book
What quotes to highlight to whet the appetite. How to turn an unassuming sentence into a rousing moment in time . . .
“My life has become filled with turbulent highs bursting with lust and escape and bone crushing lows so dark and overwhelming my life could end and bring a smile to my face.”
Review by Debbie, Lustful Literature
The further I delve, the more I’m learning that there is a lot more to the mild mannered Book Blogger than their ability to read faster than a locomotive and leap a tall book stand in a single bound.
They promote and support and share readily. They house a wealth of knowledge that they offer freely and support authors to no end.
So with this said, I would like to thank all Book Bloggers. Without them I would be lost. I genuinely appreciate you and your support.
Before you misunderstand my intentions, I want you to know that I’m scouring the internet for bloggers to increase my personal learning, not for promotional gain. Should they decide to review my work it’s done through the regular channels and usual amount of grovelling. The fact that you see their picture does not mean they have or will read my books.
However, here are a few samples of the sharing I’m talking about, in no particular order:
12 Sex Things Men Don't Care About
14 Things Every Fat Girl Absolutely Needs to Hear
But I think every chick should read this one.
The Curious Case of Ellora’s Cave
Surprising Self-Publishing Statistics
5 ways for authors to handle bad reviews.
Cheers and Happy Ready :)
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